Transforming a K8200 mini digital milling machine

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Transforming a K8200 mini digital milling machine




by Christophe » 23/05/14, 12:42

It is possible to transform easily a printer 3D https://www.econologie.com/shop/imprimante-3d-c-89 in (mini) numerically controlled milling machine with a Dremel or equivalent.

explanations: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euv3kv9kpEg

http://www.open-electronics.org/how-to- ... g-machine/
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by Flytox » 23/05/14, 22:50

In the example shown on the video, it is a funny use a little against (remove material instead of adding).: Shock: : Mrgreen:

For printed circuits, if we can deposit copper thin layer (printer function 3D) and to alternate with insulating layers, we can make electronic circuits multi-layer without requiring the removal of material. :P
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